It requires lot of search to get a fine pair. That is what exactly happened for Zee Kannada ‘Sri Vishnu Dashavathara’ – after a thorough search in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka the final selection was Amith Kashyap a software engineer to head the cast of ‘Sri Vishnu Dashavathara’.
Amith Kashyap a Bengalurean quit his job for this mega mythological serial. He is playing all the ten ‘Avataras’ of Lord Vishnu.
I am in the team of this making since two years. I was in baffled mood sometime whether it is going to take off or not. Finally I took a decision to quit my comfortable job as software engineer for this mega serial of Zee Kannada says Amith Kashyap who looks like ‘Nitish Bharadwaj’ who played Lord Krishna in BR Chopra ‘The Mahabharatha’.
It was not easy to get in to the shoes of the role. I had to change my environment and sacrificed so many things of human being to this role. I have watched the Ramayana and the Mahabharatha epics of Ramanand Sagar and BR Chopra. I was worrying for divine grace that I am slowly getting from meditation. I have followed other epics too. I am slowly coming to the comfort zone of this spectacular role of my career says Amith Kashyap.
On the ‘Dekbal’ for team members in Mumbai Amith Kashyap thanked Dheeraj Kumarji for giving at home feel. A hostel has been made for all of us. It is close to the shooting spot in Mumbai recalls Sri Vishnu Dashavathara for the eyes of people in nearly 500 episodes in Kannada and Tamil.
Nisha alias Akshara a Bharatanatyam dancer has grown up in life with rituals and traditions. This is beyond happiness for her in the role of Lakshmi better half of Lord Vishnu.
I adore god and today I am adored as God that is great feeling. I am learning so many things working for this mega serial says actress of Halli Sogadu and ‘Women’s Day’ Kannada films.
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